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Rosa-porrino.com is a complete informative website exclusively dedicated to the Rosa Porrino granite. Rosa-porrino.com combines the most relevant information available about this natural stone, such as its history, technical information, variations, recommended use and much more.

Rosa-porrino.com is a starting point for businesses and individuals looking for the most reliable and updated information available on the Internet about this beautiful pink granite from Spain.

Below you can find one of the most common type of Rosa Porrino granite available in the market.

Rosa Porrino granite

Rosa Porrino granite

Description

The Rosa Porrino is a pink coloured granite, with medium to gross grain. It presents some white-grey-black coloured areas. This is a hard natural stone. | Description

Recommended Use

It is recommended for flooring with moderate to high utilization, exterior or interior. It is also a common type of stone used in exterior cladding and coverings. | Applications

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Other names for the Rosa Porrino granite

The Rosa Porrino is a pink coloured granite from Spain that is a reference granite all over the world. The Rosa Porrino has set the standards for pink coloured granites and opened a large market for this type of granite.


Introduction to the main Spanish granites

Spain is one of the leading exports of granite in the world, with a considerable market share. Until very recently it was the nº3 granites exporter behind China and India, but today things might have changed with emerging countries like Brazil accessing a wider market.